Rooney and Mourinho, Richest Soccer Player and Manager in United Kingdom
London – Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney captain and Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho expressed as a player and manager richest throughout the UK for this year.
In the Sunday Times Sport Rich List is quoted by the BBC, Rooney, who paid 300 thousand pounds per week by the ‘Red Devils’ income is estimated to have 72 million pounds (about USD 1.4 trillion) from last year until now.
The number of attackers obtained the Red Devils are expressed already increased 12 million pounds from 2014 ago when the same list when the record pocketed 60 million pounds.
Despite becoming the richest footballer in the United Kingdom, Rooney only in second position on the list. F1 driver Lewis Hamilton is expressed as the richest man in the sport Sunday Times Sport Rich List with earnings 88 million pounds (about USD 1.7 trillion).
Predicate carried by the second richest footballer Rio Ferdinand, Rooney’s former teammate at Manchester United this season grazing for club Queens Park Rangers. He called an income of 44 million pounds ($ 864 billion) – the same as last year.
While in the ranks of the football club manager, Mourinho became the richest with an income of 40 million pounds ($ 785 billion). The man who is serving a second term in Chelsea beat Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger with 2 million pounds adrift.
This list itself contains a good sport man from United Kingdom or working in the region. That’s why there are not only Rooney (England footballer who play in the Premier League) but also Mourinho (Portuguese peracik tactics) or Luol Deng (Sudan-born NBA basketball player and nationality United Kingdom).
Insan richest sports Sunday Times Sport Rich List 2015
1 Lewis Hamilton (F1) £ 88m (£ 68m in 2014)
2 Wayne Rooney (soccer) £ 72M (£ 60m)
3 Jenson Button (F1) £ 71m (£ 63m)
4 Andy Murray (tennis) £ 48m (£ 40m)
5 Rio Ferdinand (soccer) £ 44m (£ 44m)
6 Steven Gerrard (soccer) £ 42m (£ 37m)
7 Luol Deng (basketball) £ 40m (£ 36m)
7 Jose Mourinho (soccer) £ 40m (new)
9 Frank Lampard (soccer) £ 39m (£ 37m)
10 = Sir Nick Faldo (golf) £ 38m (new)
10 = Ryan Giggs (soccer) £ 38m (£ 36m)
10 = Rory McIlroy (golf) £ 38m (£ 28m)
10 = Arsene Wenger (soccer) £ 38m (new)